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Pamela Geller is interviewed at The Associated Press, Thursday, May 7, 2015 in New York. Geller is one of the nation’s most outspoken critics of Islamic extremism, taking the hard-edge view that such extremism sprouts not from fringe elements but the tenets of the religion itself. She was the organizer …

Pamela Geller: ‘American ISIS Leader’ Connected to Boston Plot to Behead Me

Zulfi Hoxha, a.k.a. Abu Hamza al-Amriki, who was involved in the plot to behead me for daring to defend the freedom of speech and stand up to violent intimidation by sponsoring a Muhammad cartoon contest, is still at large. And a year after a series of shocking revelations about his activities and the jihad network in America, nothing has been done.

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 05: Co-founder of Google DeepMind Mustafa Suleyman attends a Q&A during day 1 of TechCrunch Disrupt London at the Copper Box on December 5, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by John Phillips/Getty Images for TechCrunch)

Pamela Geller: Google’s DeepMind – Sharia-Compliant AI

In 2015, Google bought the London-based AI company, DeepMind, for a reported $400,000,000. At the time, shareholders were promised that DeepMind would provide ethical oversight. So should we stop worrying?

LONDON - MARCH 6: Two Metropolitan Police officers look on at the launch of the Metropolian Police mobile offices on March 6, 2003 in London. The Met Police launched two newly converted single decker buses that have been adapted to take all the services the public would find at a …

Geller: Who Is Behind the Internet Thought Police?

An article, “What the Red Pill Means for Radicals,” published on June 7 in the ironically named publication Fair Observer might have passed unnoticed as yet another uninformed, biased and ideologically motivated attack on all who ever get labeled “extremists.” The piece is so riddled with non-sequiturs and wild generalizations that it seems almost cruel to rip it to shreds.

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Populist Media Gather in DC to Condemn Social Media Censorship

Figures from across the alternative media including Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit, Margaret Howell of Right Side Broadcasting, and anti-Islamization activist Pamela Geller met in Washington D.C yesterday to discuss the threat of social media censorship and how it can be resisted.

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Pamela Geller’s ‘Fatwa: Hunted in America’ Released

Pamela Geller, editor-in-chief of The Geller Report, spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam regarding Wednesday’s release of her book Fatwa: Hunted in America and Tuesday’s terror attack in New York City.

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Pamela Geller’s ‘FATWA: Hunted in America’ – My Shocking Tell-All

Longtime readers and supporters know I have spoken little of the impact this fight has had on my life and the personal toll exacted by jihadists. I thought it was time to tell my story, the story of how a New York City newspaper executive went from being an apolitical career girl to one of the most notorious anti-jihadists in the world.

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Robert Spencer — From Rushdie to Geller: The Steady Erosion of Free Speech

When the Islamic Republic of Iran called for his death for insulting Islam, Salman Rushdie became an international hero of free speech. Later defenders of this fundamental freedom, however, have not fared as well, as I show in my new book “The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Free Speech (and Its Enemies).”

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Pamela Geller: Linda Sarsour’s Jihad

Linda Sarsour went before a Muslim Brotherhood-linked confab this month and called for a jihad against President Trump. Understandably, that caused blowback across the country — its intended purpose.

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Judicial Submission: Top Australian Law School Teaches Sharia Law ‘Benefits’

Australia’s most prestigious law school accommodates two courses which call for elements of sharia law to be incorporated in the mainstream legal system — including allowances for polygamy and lowering the age of consent to end opposition to child marriage. The courses also chide judges who denounce Muslim values during sentencing.